Why not supplement your voyage with a few once-in-a-lifetime hiking adventures.

Norway, with its amazingly varied terrain, wide-open spaces and interconnected network of trails and cabins, is an Eldorado for hikers and nature lovers.

Regardless of whether you prefer to visit World Heritage sites and iconic attractions, such as the panoramic Pulpit Rock or the world’s strongest maelstrom Saltstraumen (close to Bodø), or rather want to discover breathtakingly beautiful villages and remote alpine plateaus, hiking can take you there.

Many of the best outdoor destinations are within easy reach of our ports of call and you will find a wide selection of hiking and exploring excursions suitable for all ages and levels of mobility. Check each destination with link to the local tourist-office.

On our visits to the Lofoten archipelago, we will stop at the most beautiful village in Norway, Reine and you can hike up to the breathtaking seascapes from Reinebringen mountain or hike along a seascape of little fishing villages stacked up one after the other like a string of pearls. Read more.

On our voyage from Kristiansand to Stavanger, you can join in on the hike to the famous Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), one of the world’s truly breath-taking viewpoints. From this panorama point, at 604 meters, you look down on the magnificent Lysefjord, with its vagabond’s cave, ancient farms, waterfalls, idyllic islands and majestic landscape. Read more.

What about a short walk and lunch close to Svartisen the second largest glacier in Norway? If you would like to join, you can choose a voyage from the wescoast i.e. Kristiansund to Bodø, or southwards from Bodø to one of the cities on the West Coast.

We plan to stop for an adventure ashore on most of our voyages, check out each voyage and find the one you prefer.